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In Memoriam: T. Edgar Lyon (1903-1978)

When the Brightness Seems Most Distant

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Leonard J. Arrington: Reflections on a Humble Walk

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The Weeping God of Mormonism

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On Fidelity, Polygamy, and Celestial Marriage (vol. 20, no. 4, Winter 1987)

Blessing the Chevrolet (vol. 9, no. 3, Fall 1975)

Eugene England: Our Brother in Christ

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A Brief Tour of England: My Year with Gene

Remarks at the Memorial Service for Eugene England, Provo, Utah. August 25, 2001: The Long Cast

Remarks at the Memorial Service for Eugene England, Provo, Utah. August 25, 2001: Salvaged for Mormonism

Remarks at the Memorial Service for Eugene England, Provo, Utah. August 25, 2001: For Eugene

Tribute to Wayne C. Booth

Gordon B. Hinckley (1910-2008)

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Truman G. Madsen: A Glimpse from the Extended Family

Truman Madsen, Architect

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Wes Johnson: Visionary Historian

IN MEMORIAM: Douglas Heal Thayer (1929–2017)

IN MEMORIAM: Elouise Bell (1935–2017)

La’ie Mud Rhymes

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In Memoriam: Neil Longo

Stephen Webb: In Memoriam

In Memory of P.A. Christensen

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Reflections on T. Edgar Lyon

In Memoriam: T. Edgar Lyon (1903-1978)

When the Brightness Seems Most Distant

“It might not be a problem,” she said to her husband before rolling onto her stomach with a pillow clutched in her arms. She was tired from crying and wished sleep would overcome her. Though…

Leonard J. Arrington: Reflections on a Humble Walk

Selling the Chevrolet: A Moral Exercise (vol. 16, no. 3, Fall 1983)

Two Trains and a Dream

The Weeping God of Mormonism

Out in the Shop: In Memory of Grandpa

On Fidelity, Polygamy, and Celestial Marriage (vol. 20, no. 4, Winter 1987)

Blessing the Chevrolet (vol. 9, no. 3, Fall 1975)

Eugene England: Our Brother in Christ

A Dining Room Table

A Brief Tour of England: My Year with Gene

Remarks at the Memorial Service for Eugene England, Provo, Utah. August 25, 2001: The Long Cast

Remarks at the Memorial Service for Eugene England, Provo, Utah. August 25, 2001: Salvaged for Mormonism

Remarks at the Memorial Service for Eugene England, Provo, Utah. August 25, 2001: For Eugene

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Gordon B. Hinckley (1910-2008)

David Sjodahl King: A Tribute

Truman G. Madsen: A Glimpse from the Extended Family

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